Old English stone from Stone Age has an aged face and edge that looks indiscernible from a Cotswold, but the 20mm-thick tiles, seen here in a random rectangular 'Manor House' pattern, are very hard and much less porous. They are also much cheaper.
Always sourcing new varieties of limestone, sandstone, granites, marbles and basalt, Stone Age has also added Vosges and Chollo to its Antiqued range.
FOCUS ENQUIRY NO. 910